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'Upside-Down World' Editorial by Martin Tremblay
"Montreal-based photographer Martin Tremblay, aka Pinch, developed this beautifully striking series that features a graceful model elegantly floating, upside-down. Each dynamic portrait blends reality with conceptual ideas of a curious, inverted world. The creatively talented photographer captures vibrant colors and dynamic energy paired with the fashion stylings of Pascal & Jérémie. The visually exciting compositions compliment the beautiful styles donned by the model. Tremblay plays with ideas of reality, creating hair styles that give nothing away and using props that seem unaffected by gravity. The series was developed as an editorial for Schön! Magazine in London." [via MyModernNet]
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I love creative editorials like this that show clothing in a unique way
3 years ago·Reply
This is really cool and a little eerie at the same time. i wonder how he was able to do this. Photoshop? @dillonk Need your help on this one.
3 years ago·Reply
@imliz Easiest way to do this would be photoshop, yes. I have seen people create props to hold people up like this, but I'm thinking it is probably photoshop :)
3 years ago·Reply
@dillonk Thanks you!! People can do some crazy things with photoshop!! i could barely crop!
3 years ago·Reply
@imliz Check out my photoshop tutorials collection if you want to learn more :). Yes, photoshop is a powerful tool with many functions
3 years ago·Reply